Caught: The anguish of a partner
Though Sri Lanka are heading for victory in their second test against New Zealand, it was a moment of mixed emotions for star batsman and former skipper Mahela Jayewardena’s wife at the SSC grounds yesterday. A giant screen shows Mahela’s wife, Christina, expressing her disappointment as he is dismissed for the second time in the nervous ninetees. Pic by Sanka Vidanagama
‘Hollywood can learn from these kids’
Three decades of brutal war have come to a close but there’s no time for a sigh of relief. Much work needs to be done in picking up the pieces and rebuilding Sri Lanka, and one integral part of this effort is the ‘reconciliation activities’. These involve bridging ethnic divides and creating understanding between the ethnic groups.
F&G directors meet in Welikada prison on payment plan
Directors of two companies F& G Real Estate Co Ltd and F&G Property Developers (Pvt) Ltd held board meetings inside the Welikada Magazine Prison this week and unanimously adopted two separate resolutions to repay a sum of around Rs.8.3 billion to 5,600 depositors.
Racism thrives in Obama's America
Why does America, after electing President Barrack Obama, continue to be racist? There may be many explanations. One of them is that by installing him at the highest position in the country, the Whites feel that they have cleared the debt they owed to the non-White world.
Helping your Child learn to read
This is the question we parents are always trying to answer. It's good that children ask questions: that's the best way to learn. All children have two wonderful resources for learning--imagination and curiosity. As a parent, you can awaken your children to the joy of learning by encouraging their imagination and curiosity.
Living at the top
Hypothetically, imagine … if you win the grand lottery draw you may be overwhelmed by that momentary jubilation, but it would take some time to realize how much that occurrence will affect your life and the changes it will bring forth in your social and family life.
Scandal-hit Trinco land deals halted
Trincomalee’s Government Agent Ranjith Silva, a retired Major General, has ordered the immediate suspension of all new registration of land. The move is intended to prevent illegal transactions of land until a full probe is conducted.
Diplomatic row with Britain over visa-free woman
Sri Lanka on Friday sought an explanation from Britain on how a local passport holder was helped by a High Commission official in Colombo to travel to London without a valid visa.

Other News Articles
Sting of spot fines to fight dengue
Not ‘sacked’, says Foreign Minister’s ex-PRO -- Right of reply
Millions in public funds spent on politicos’ vehicles
Lanka to have DPL presence in Eritrea
Exam muddle: ‘Question of misreporting, not mistakes’
The executive circus
The vexed question of the future of the Executive Presidency has been raised once again - needless to say, by the Opposition. The Government is, however, strenuously defending the system it once equally strenuously opposed when it was introduced back in 1978.
Opposition guns for Executive Presidency -- Political Column
True, politicians make strange bedfellows. There are those who bitterly oppose their rivals, sometimes to the point of trying to make them extinct. Occasions change.
Future perspectives: coping with climate change--The Economic Analysis
Problems that are not of immediate concern are generally shelved till they grow into huge proportions and remedial actions are difficult and complicated.
Kublai Khan - The end of a majestic trail

Dubbed Kublai Khan for his majestic form, the eight-foot tusker who died last Sunday was a favourite with visitors to the Yala park. Here veteran wildlife photographer and researcher Lal Anthonis who has been studying the Yala tuskers for decades shares his fascination with Kublai Khan dating back all of 20 years….

Sri Lanka promotes Non-Alignment
Forty eight years ago, on September 1, 1961, heads of state or government of 25 nations met in Belgrade, capital of Yugoslavia at the first Summit of Non-Aligned Nations.

Scandal-hit Trinco land deals halted
Diplomatic row with Britain over visa-free woman
Sting of spot fines to fight dengue
Speculation rife over next police chief
Fine way to deal with dengue
Not ‘sacked’, says Foreign Minister’s ex-PRO -- Right of reply
Yet another assault? Cops transferred out
Baby jumbo rescued from flooded quarry
Drifting fishermen return home
Rabid dogs have field day in Trincomalee
Big onion crop hit by fungus
Poor students lack basic facilities at this school
Bright student in fatal road accident
Millions in public funds spent on politicos’ vehicles
Lanka to have DPL presence in Eritrea
Lanka blasts Norway on war crimes charges
Rains raise dengue alert
Ex-UNP journalist allegedly abducted and released
Tissainayagam case: verdict tomorrow
Man fined for fishing in Kandy Lake
Double murder: Victims were whipped before being killed
Faji: From football to underworld
SC dams the ditch
UPFA supporters attack JVP Jana Hamuwa
Glitz to campaign as stars make debut in politics
Estate sector poorest of the poor
Double deaths point to bigger tragedy
Death due to drowning stands until fresh post-mortem report
Shyamlal’s death: The mystery deepens
CB defends cross-trading deal with large fund manager
Exam muddle: ‘Question of misreporting, not mistakes’
Political Column
Opposition guns for Executive Presidency
5th Column
Trust him to change his tune, and no further
The Economic Analysis
Future perspectives: coping with climate change
Not issued this week
Focus on Rights
Callous politicisation of the pain of victims
Inside the glass house
Not issued this week
Racism thrives in Obama's America
Was Jinnah wrong?
Gandhi and Jinnah - a study in contrasts
Kidnap victim 'regrets' bond with captor
Japan election set to break political pattern
70 years since World War (ii)
U.S. political rivals unite at Kennedy memorial
Jackson homicide; all his doctors under investigation
  Financial Times
Lanka’s forex reserves surge
F&G directors meet in Welikada prison on payment plan
Top investor Jim Rogers visits Sri Lanka
SLIC board's random decisions irk staff
Police caught flat-footed on public-smoking arrests
SLT facing an internal crisis
Kotelawala, GK directors meet at Central Bank
COMMENT - Jim Rogers was here!
Fallacy and the reality of IMF Standby Arrangement for Sri Lanka
CIMA/ICMA - Accounting qualification battle rages on
‘Small Miracle’ Tagline is no more
HNB opens commercial operations for remittances from Canada
Terminations, VRS and workforce restructuring on the rise
Developing nation consumers prefer mobiles for Internet access
Call for more engineers to be produced
Distilleries profits drop sharply
Summa Navaratnam ends mercantile career of over five decades
Managing properties in Sri Lanka and overseas as local industry takes off
The new silver frosted proof coins
Pakistan Civil Aviation hires MTI Consulting
Improved agricultural knowledge access through IT
Sri Lanka's banking technology leads region
SIA to fly to Melbourne with A380
Textured Jersey to supply fleece fabric for Pink, the No.1 lounge wear brand
New war strategies succeeded against LTTE
Dispute once again over SLT Tariffs
Lalith W wants the Public Service to be courteous
Seven judge SC bench to hear PBJ case
Garment exports down for second month in a row
Garment factories invited to go North
Bilingual education system showing good results – Education Ministry
Fewer students attracted to marketing field this year
EFC study on training needs of SMEs
Education opportunities in New Zealand
UK Sri Lankan Business Directory launched
Micro Cars to manufacture container trucks and tractors for the North and East
Upcoming IT park: Orion City ties up with Suntel
‘Garments without Guilt’ campaign gets another global award
A wise call on Colombo South Port
Competitors threaten to stop interconnect to Airtel
Sukuk certificates to attract Muslim millions for post-war development
HNB shows slight increase in profits
CCC receives applications for this year’s CSR awards
Allianz Lanka continues growth performance into 2Q09
SriLankan Airlines saves Rs. 6 billion through cost restructuring measures
Privatisation: Myth and reality
Singer net profit down for 1H09 and 2Q09
Lankan entrepreneur nominated for biz award
400 stalls at 2009 Colombo International Book Fair
NDB an attractive option for a merger
Local companies yet to face true global competition
LankaClear net profit drops in 2008/09 Financial Year
Huge remittances through Seylan Bank

Living at the top
Windfall for Lankan coaching staff
Lankans on the edge of victory
Sri Lanka will stay committed to 50 overs cricket
Ashes 2009! Memorable result by two average sides
Catch the monkey and then grab the ball
Aussie players 'bitterly disappointed' over another Ashes failure
Aney is it True?
Readers forum
Can our national players deliver the goods in alien soil as in Sri Lanka?
Royal does well at junior rugby too
A love affair with boxing
Muralitharan confirmed starter for Bushrangers
Bolt bolts again while Yelena Isinbayeva breaks world record
Two titles for Shankarai at Junior Tennis
Hockey rebel Ettipola recounts his exploits
Helping your Child learn to read
Get a global qualification at TAFE NSW's Cisco Academy in Western Sydney
All Island Inter-school Quiz Competition
SLIIT's high profile Master's Degree Programmes attract high calibre students
LIBT - your pathway to Brunel University
Don't take risks after A/Level
Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design
Shiran gets a break at UC thanks to Priyanthi D's good work
A Pattern of Happiness
Revolutionising Design Education in Sri Lanka
Knowledge Management Systems Knowledge
Annual Swimming Championships of the American International School, Dehiwela
Sailing into new waters
Experience real world learning …. Aspirations Education opens doors to education in New Zealand
Taylor's University College Malaysia New Lakeside Campus
WISDOM TRAINER introduces its latest programme 'SALES HEROES'
ICASL awards Scholarships for students in Jaffna
Indika receives Fellowship from IFS in UK
Dr Uditha Liyanage to address the Management Club
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Let there be sunshine in their lives
Another first from the pioneer in CIMA education - Imperial College in Jaffna

Rise of ruins from ravages of war
Lessons to be learnt from tragedy at top girls’ school -- Letter to the editor
Fasting – not feasting – is the spirit of Islam -- Letter to the editor
A truly caring healer, not just another health-care provider -- Appreciation
The final accounts show he was a gentleman to the fingertips -- Appreciation
Doctor with a heart of gold -- Appreciation
A fiercely courageous champion of human rights -- Appreciation
Prithipura: A saga of caring
A blend of hospitality and eco - friendliness
Lankan couple get franchise for popular Hampton by Hilton chain of hotels
Step in to new look Cinnamon Lakeside Colombo
Canvas of colour from the camps
Kublai Khan - The end of a majestic trail
Unity in diversity
Tackling wound healing
East and west combine for Rhythm ‘N’ Fashion
Other Magazine Articles
  ‘Hollywood can learn from these kids’
  Stay fit and disciplined with Kung Fu
  Sunila’s triple take
  magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
  Another rung on her ladder
  Cloud computing - for who?
  Bathiya and Santhush
  Speaking out
  Unique masquerade
TV Times Articles
  Sinhala Sing - along by Moratuwa Arts Forum
  Raj Sings in tamil
  MTV ‘expresses’ views
  ‘Suseema’: a cinematic success
  ‘Diya Matha Ruwa’ now on the go
  Tenny C. brings Berty
  A youth at a crossroad
  ‘Classics in Harmony’
  Cool & Crazy Challenge: A Competition Celebrating Friendship
  ‘Flight of the Gibbon’
  Serendib Treasures’ Pre-Order Service a hit among SriLankan’s passengers
  Mount Lavinia Hotel ‘Going Green’ for Green Globe in 2010
  Funday Times
Sri Lanka promotes Non-Alignment
Sri Lankan Guides in Oman get creative...
Learn with Gehan: Birds of Sri Lanka -- No 05
Peace -- A Poem for the week
Kids World
Winners of Book Competition
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